I'm always reading something, usually multiple books at a time.
Having finally watched Season Five of Game of Thrones on DVD (I don't have cable), I found myself with the irresistible urge to listen to A Dance With Dragons on audio and refresh my memory. My brain had been cataloging the various things the show had changed from the book, and I wanted to confirm that I was remembering correctly. Also, in case Winds of Winter comes out anytime soon, I want to remember what-all happened in DwD.
Memo to Tyrion: When your father said "Wherever whores go," it wasn't a riddle. He was being a dismissive jerk. Ironic that Tyrion gets grumpy with a young "bed warmer" whom he sees as a fool who thinks he is trafficking in riddles. Because he's the fool who thought that Tywin Lannister was trafficking in riddles.